Psalms and Affirmations  

Daily Readings - Affirmations for Meditation and Study

Welcome to where, based on the Bible's Book of Psalms (KJV), you will find Daily Readings and Affirmations for Meditation and Study.

The Psalms found in The Holy Bible are filled with affirmations that can inspire us to be positive in our thinking, and to live positive, purpose-driven, fulfilled lives.  

Psalms. The Book of Psalms. The Hymns of Israel. The Psalms of David.

No matter how we refer to the Psalms, we love them.  

Loved by people from all around the world, the psalms comprise a book of books filled with positive affirmations. Whether it’s Psalm 83, Psalm 23, Psalm 91, the 23rd Psalm, Psalm One, Psalm 27, Psalm 51, Psalm 139, Psalm 121, Psalm 100, Psalm 37, Psalm 1, Psalm 119, or Psalm 150, we all have our favorites.

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From the Psalms we can find the affirmations we need to live a life of purpose and reflection: one that includes ample time for meditation.

Meditating on the Psalms can help us daily to have whatever we need to "stay in the present -- in the moment," and to be prepared for whatever we may encounter on any given day. Faith in times of disbelief. Trust in times of disobedience. Wisdom in times of confusion. Forgiveness in times of trespassing. Inner peace in times of turmoil and distress. Joy in times of sorrow. Comfort in times of lost. Strength in times of weakness. Victory in times of defeat.

Whatever you need can be found in the Psalms.

This site will provide you with a solid starting point for identifying, in the Psalms, daily affirmations for your life. You can begin today to claim these affirmations for yourself, and for your family. Take time to reflect on them. Walk confidently, for your every need has been met.

In the summer of 2001 I searched for a book, a web site, or other resource that would give me immediate access to affirmations in the Book of Psalms. I found nothing. So, I decided to compile my own. I am sharing with you my compilation of affirmations gleaned over a five-year period. My list is not conclusive. There may be many other affirmations to which your eyes may be opened. If so, praise God!

While here you may learn many things about the Book of Psalms; however, this site is not meant to be an online Bible study guide or course. I don't have any biblical degrees. What I do have is a passion for God’s word, and its applications for life.

To accommodate your needs, and to make your search easier, this site is set up several different ways. Following is an explanation of the different ways you can navigate through this site to find Psalms and affirmations for which you have a need right now. It’s a "Just In Time" layout that enables you to have specifics, at your fingertips, and for your needs, whether you are seeking to have a 'Psalm-A-Day' for daily meditation and reflection, or have Psalms and affirmations for other occasions and special purposes. The Bible’s King James Version (KJV) is the text used.  

Search by Month and Day

Read through and meditate on all of the Psalms and affirmations twice a year. They are divided into months and days so that you get to meditate on each one at least two times in a year.

Search by Book

The Book of Psalms is made up of five books.

Book 1 (Psalms 1-41)

Book 2 (Psalms 42-72)

Book 3 (Psalms 73-89)

Book 4 (Psalms 90-106)

Book 5 (Psalms 107-150).

Search by Author

King David, King Solomon, Sons of Korah, Asaph, Moses, Heman, Ethan, Others

Search by Special Purposes and Occasions

Comfort, Deliverance, Death, Faith, Hope, Trouble, Sorrow, Weddings, Worry

Search by Category

Lament and Petition, Praise and Thanksgiving, Trust, Hymns, Royal, Wisdom and Didactic

Search by Theme

Creation, Exodus, Imprecation, Penitence, Pilgrims, Victory, Prophetic

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Testimonials for Psalm 23 ...

This Psalm is so special it tells of the love that the lord has for us. The Lord is my Shepherd I shall not want...that in itself is love. He does not want ... (Elizabeth G., Jacksonville, FL, USA)

It is so down to earth, so green and very much comforting. (Nom - Sydney, Australia)

Psalm 23 is a favorite because I know it by heart and it is a very real psalm in my life. (Candice, USA)

One day I was walking through the park. On reaching the gate to take me out on the main road I saw this scary looking ...

Psalm 23 is special for me, as it expresses God's unfathomable love for me and dispels all my anxieties. It rejuvenates me!  (Prof. S P Pandey)

This psalm talks a lot about how God cares for us and also the provision he has laid down for us which is unlimited. (Evelyn Pindura)

A shepherd takes care of his sheep with his life. He puts himself in danger to protect his sheep; and, so this remind me whatever situation I am in my ...

It is very common and is an easy, simple prayer to remember. It shows what being a Christian is all about which is to dwell in the house of the Lord for ...